Our downdraft stove really SUCKS! Well, actually, not. Steam clouds up the new glass cabinets above. (Recent remodel.) New cabinets are lower than the old, which makes the problem worse. 4 repair calls, one consult with the contractors, one visit by an HVAC guy, and the steam keeps rising. Various opinions so far: the motor; the elbows and/or PVC in the vent system (too small/too large; too far from the oven/too close); this particular oven is "like that and people complain;" and finally, "there is nothing wrong with our oven/stone." We are at our wits' end. We would have replaced the oven during the renovation if we knew this would happen, but now we are stuck. (Possibly it was damaged during the pull-out, put-back?) New $40,000 kitchen and no oven/stove. Oven is extra large so we would have to replace with a model by the same company, or all the cabinets, countertops would be off. Not ready to do that just yet. What if the new one sucked (or not) also? PLEASE HELP!